Mixed-Use Development

 

Mixed-Use Development

  • One Madison Park

    Annual Design Review 2010: Live: Citation

     
  • Money Matters: Green Incentives

    One of HOK's sustainable-design specialists describes the process of searching for and incorporating green building incentives into projects.

     
  • Hancock Lofts

    Koning Eizenberg's Hancock Lofts addresses L.A.'s biggest barrier to greater density, parking, by including it in the building design.

     
  • Charleston, W.Va.

    Charleston has benefited from nonprofit and government development projects, but it could use an infusion from the private sector.

     
  • 930 Poydras Street

    Few American cities embody “place” quite like New Orleans, where European, African, and Caribbean traditions are blended in a kind of cultural jambalaya.

     
  • Wilmington, Del.

    Home to many financial companies, Wilmington has been hit particularly hard by the recession. But local architects aren't completely without hope.

     
  • Hold This Site

    Stalled city construction sites are coming back to life, thanks to interventions led by designers, developers, and public agencies.

     
  • Puerto Rico

    Commercial development in Puerto Rico has stalled for now, but the Caribbean island is repositioning itself as a hub for healthcare-related R&D.

     
  • The Evolving Debate Over Smart Growth

    Jeff Speck, co-author of the recently published "Smart Growth Manual," dissects New Urbanism's critics.

     
  • AIA Announces 2010 COTE Award Winners

    The American Institute of Architects and its Committee on the Environment selects this year's top 10 examples of sustainable architecture and design.

     
 
 
 

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